Transportation

The university has organized a campaign for staff and students to use bicycles and walkways. It’s a way of getting around campus. There are bicycle ways in the main street. The road is a place to relax and exercise. The bicycle ways have roofs and no cover. Bicycles are parked in various classroom buildings and recreational areas. The road is a shortcut to connect student dormitories and student affair services buildings where can ride bicycles to classroom buildings. The campus also provides central bicycles for staff and students to borrow for free.

The Suranaree University of Technology has provided both covered and non-covered pedestrian walkways in the residential areas of students and staff, the classroom building area, and the cafeteria to facilitate walking. There is a pedestrian walkway between one building to another, for example, from classroom building 1 to classroom building 2, from the administration building to the classroom building 1-2 and academic buildings or service buildings to the cafeteria and so on. It is ready to campaign for walking instead of driving motorcycles, private cars, reduce the parking lot, and coordinate with nearby buildings. Also walking is good exercise.

The 6-seat electric buses are used for coordination, employment checking jobs, and other jobs in travel between buildings. It is convenient to use to transfer VIP guests between buildings or places not far away or sit and watch the buildings and other exhibitions.

The university, in collaboration with private companies, launched the “Smart Electric Motorcycle Service Project in the university area” or MoreSai @ SUT, aiming to meet the needs and create more travel options within the university. It saves the cost of students without motorcycles. There is a speed limit of the vehicle to reduce the chance of an accident. There is a limited area of use within the university with Geo-fencing technology and reduce air pollution You can use the service via the MoreSai app at https://www.moresai.com/download-link.html

Additional evidence link:

– http://web.sut.ac.th/dbg/pdf/bike1.pdf

– https://www.facebook.com/MoreSaiTH/

– http://www.sut.ac.th/2012/news/detail/1/news20200716

– https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?vanity=sutnews&set=a.3409162732429762

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